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COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. WORK AT MIRBOO SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. -0 WORK AT MIRBOO SOUTH. The Country Roads Board has calleco for tenders for making the Mirboo South road. The work, which will be carried out in two contracts, will cost nearly £4030. At present the road is only fenced and fit for horse traFft., a deviation having been made by the Milrboo shire about a year ago. The residents of Mirboo Soutlh are very gratified that this road is the first to be undertaken by the board. When the devlation was put through the ratepayers were of 'the opinion that they would have to wait many years before the road could be used for wheel trat fhc, as Ithe shire generally hadl a de bit balance.
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. 8 min. each add. 3 min Morwell ... . 2d ... 2d Glengarry ... 2d ... 2d Toougabbie ... 2d ... 2d Moe ... 3d ... 3d Cowwarr ... 3d ... 3d Rosedale ... 3d ... 3d Flynn's Creek . 3d" ... 3d Trafalgar ... 4d ... 3d Yarragon . . 6d ... 5d Sale ... 6d ... 5d Walhalla ... 6d ... Maffra ... 8d ... 6d .Heyfield ..: . 8d ... 6d Newry ... 8d ... 6d Tinaumba ... 8d ... 6d Warragul ... 8d ... Id Yarram ... 1/4 ... 1/
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
0. BRINRINQ & SO&O, . NURSERYMEN, BBIGHTON ROAD, ST, KILDA, VI(O. LMRGEBT AND BBS. 8TOOK OF PLANTS IN THE COMMONWI&TLtH Cataloguem Post Vree. Insk loa flviated. L . T~uNons 128, lumdla. Send me a Sample and I will let you know the best P1rice Obtainable. Top Prices and Prompt Cash Returns on h.healt, ehaff, Unrio. Pctatoes, Oat;. Eto,? New and Second-hand Bags at Lowest Rates. R. FARRIN WEBB GRAIN and PRODUGE SALESMIEN, FRANKLIN ST., TRARALGON, 'PHONE 42. STUD NOTICES BALFOURS'S PRIDE WILL STAND THIS SEASO0N AT GLENGARRY & TRARALGON. And Travel the surrounding districts. BALFOUR'S PRIDE is a Bay colt, foa led 1908. His sire, Lord Balfour (im ported from New Zealand) ; grand sire Dr. Seddon (352 N.Z.S.B.), who won 4 firsts -nd two second prizes, including first prize for sire and plogeny at Ch-istchurch in 1900 ; g grandire. the famous priz- taker Vasnguisher (214. N.Z S B.) won in 1886 first prize at Leeston ; in 1895 first prze at Lhristchurch, 8,d a...
PROSPECT RESERVE. NINETY MILE BEACH. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
PROSPECI RESERVE. NINETY MILE BEACH. Mondcay. (From a correspondent) The summer school was opened at Prospect on January 27, and is well attended. On Fri:lay evening last a welcome was tendered the teacher (Miss. Pattison) in the liall There was a large ga thering of campaigners, and the Education department was cu.o gisetd for cs:abishing a school at this resort. Miss. Pattinson said she apreclated the cordial wecome given her, and she would do her best to promote the educational welfare of 'the chiclren committed to her care. The schonf will re main open until the cad of May. Several campaigners said they could not take a holiday at the seaside in Ithe absence of a school for their children. They are con fildent that when it is more widely known many rceidents in the more distant shires will be among the numerous visitors who pitch their tents at this ocean resort. On Thursday last. the annual cri-ket match frtweoa: a team from Sale and 'the seasiders was p.tyed at Prospect. and r...
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
. THE TELEPHONE. o- TRARALGON EXCHANGE. z Dr Hagenauer 2 Dr. McLean ,3 Ir. Challman 4 T. B. Little & Co. 5 Christensen & Bawden 6 G. H. Marsh 7 Layton Bros. 8 L. Lay 9 W. A. Clark -o THE JOURNAL (XV. Chappell). II Whittaker Bros: I2 J. English 13 Shire Hall 14 J. D. Campbell 15 J S. Milligan 16 S. Lees -- Nurse Millkr x8 Gippsland Trading Coy. i9 J'H. Vivian 20 Mathicson and Davis 21 P. Dunbar 22 Co-operative Store. 23 T. G Cobbledicli 24 T. H. Row 25 Serjeant and Bruce 26 A. M'Ltan and Co. 27 R. H. Widdis 28 Grand Junction Hotel 29 Railway Station 30 Savings Bank. 31 Butter Factory 32 Police Station. 33 National Bank, 34 Pentland and Canfield. 35 C. E. Clalke, 36 H, M. 0ampbell, 37 " The Record" (J. W. Guest). 38 A. J. Trood. 39 J. W. Grubb. 4o F. Grubb 41. J. Robinson. 42. A. VW. Crowe and Co., 43. W. Christensen and Co. 44. R. WViddis. 45. Rev. W. J. T. Pay.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
. Auctioneers. A. T, LEAN & CO., Srook, Station, Land and Financial Agents, TRARALGON. MAFFRA. MORWELL. MELBOURNE Sales conducted under the per sonal supervision of Mr. W. J. M'Lean. --.- A. M'LEAN ana CO. are now makming up List of Sales ior ....1914 ... LIS1 OF SALES: Feb.- 9 25: Mrs. J. Price, land, cattle, horses, etc., at Trafalgar without 'reserve. Mrs. Le.slie's* Farm, at Tyers, f or Private Isale. TRARALGON. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9th. A. IM'LEAf N and CO. will sell at their yards on the above date 300 Head of Mixed Cattle 500 Sheep, including 300 full mouth ewes, 100 Good Crossbred Weaners 25 Good Crossbred Weaners FIRST SALE. At the .ecquest of Melbourne Buy ers, and starting the moment ihe ,MLelbourne mid-day tramn arrives at Traralgon. SPECIAL SALE OF PIGS! At TRARALGON add L MOR - WELL. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11 Startmug at WRARALGON alt :12.50 sharp. and at MORWVELL at 2.15 sharp. A. M'LEAN 'and CO. will sell at their yards ion the above date: 250 PIGS, including Bacon ...
LOCAL RAILWAY MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
LOCAL RAILWAY MATTERS. -0o --The tratfic on.:the gCpsland.line continues to expand. In addition to six early morning special trams from Traralgon to Warragul last week, five 'ther special tramins were arranged for by Mr. Ford, the S.M.. tor stations between Traral gon and 3'Bairnsdale, and four dou ble headers were run from Rose dale, to bring away the large amount of loading from Nambrok and Kilmany. In all 51 trucks of sheep, and 39 trucks of cattle were loaded. Mr. rFord has ob':ained an extra guard, and now there are seven guards located at the sta tron. Mr. Ford makes a very good suggestion to relieve the conges tion in the goods yard, where car ters load and unload direct from the trucks.. He suggests that the ' shp' siding from. the gravitat on line near 'the trucking yards should be levellcd and extcndcd as far as the overhead bridge. Here, Mr. Ford says, a doezn trucks could be ;hunted it ~ecessary to which the earriers could have undisturbed ac css. All that would be wante...
GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
GORMANDALE The .following is the rainfall at Gormandale for the month of Jan.: ,, 8 ... ,, . • 3 ... .24 ? ,, 14 ...I ,, , ' 15 2 :"•4 ,. ,, 9 " . . 20,, ,, 26 ... 30 ,, , a8 "., 45 ",, - ,o, "29 .. 15 .Total . •.... . 6
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. Church 'of England; Traralgon 11 and 7, Glengarry 3 Student. Haindale 11, Traralgon South 2.30, Gdrmandale 8.-Mr A. Craig. Methodist Church. - Traralgon 11 and 7, Glengarry.3 Rev. A. H. Mitchell. Presbyterian Church'. Traralgon 11 and 7, Tyers 2.30 Rev. Jas. Smith. Gormandale, Mr Miles.' Calligiee 11 a.m., Bulga 2.15 p.m., Carrajung 8 p.m. Hazelwood South 11.30, Jeeralang West 2.30, Jeeralang North 8. -Mr. Yule. Catholic Church. Mass at ,TraraIgen 9, . -Qtr, 'Baptist Church. 11 and 7.-Rev. W. G. Paice.
TRARALGON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
TRARALGON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. The monthly meeting of the committee of the Traralgon Me chariics' Instituet was held on Tuesday evening, whenithe were present: Messrs. A. H. Cross (the president), West, Clarkson, D. J. M'Carthy, Guest. The librarian (Mr. W. Thomas), reported that the receipts for the month were: Rent of ball, £11 7s 6d; billiard room,' £8 2s 6d; sub scnriptlons, £7 11s 6d; total, £27 ls 6d. It was resolved to have a num ber of chairs repaired and varmns hed, and remot'e thetap near the bilhlarc room, also, with a view to to improving th hlghting of the hall, to instruct Mr. Denmead to clean out the gas -pipes. It was suggestedthat an effort be made rto increase the number of subscribers. The-present number is aboirt 125, but that is not consi dered mn keeping with the large po pulation of the town, and the fact that the library is very extens;ve and well'se'ectedr After discussion the matter was deterred for fur ther considerat'on. The secre:ary was instructed to u...
Lakes Excursions. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
te. ounraL FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1914. Lakes Excursions. On Wednesday a large body of excursionists from Morwell pari a visit to the Gippsland Lakes, via Sale, and had a deighttul holiday. \Yesterday a goodly number of Tra ralgonites also undertook the same inmvlg6iiatiiig' trip.' The exciiIs:on was orgamnsed by the Town Band and every ticket was disposed of The trainm left the station at seven o'clock, and ho one wias left behind -as is .tsually the case. The Sale boat was boarded about 8.30 and there was a delhghttully re treshing run ,o six hours to the SEntrance. The too bnriet time was spent on the beach, and the surt proved too tempting to a number of the excursiomsts. Tra ralgon was reached on the return about eleven o'clock last mnight. This trip is always popular, and it is a pity that the Sale boat does I not carry about 303 passengers. The 'Morwell Bowling Club!. The Morwell bowhng green wi I be formally opened on VWednes day next, 11th inst., and it is un derstood that it ...
CLOSER SETTLEMENT. MINISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
CLOSER SETTLEMENT. ----o- MINISTERIAL INQUIRY. The report of the sub commit mi.te (Messrs. Livingston and Tnomson) of the former Watt Ca binet on the administration of the Closer Settlement Acts vwas I.d: on the 'table of the Legislative As sembly on Tuesday. Among the recommenda:ions of the sub-com mittee are: (1) the exercise of a more competent 1spection and greater care in the selection and purchase of 'estates for closer :et tlement: (2) the alteration of the act to provide, where necess.iry, That a settler may possess ,£3,0;0 worth of Jand as a maximum: 3) a radical change in .the existing system of subdi'isional valuations ot estates; and (4) the mnstriution of an Improved and uniformn sys system of valuations. Purchase of Properties. Inspections of estates. and evi dence adduced recently disclosed that large lareas of land had been purchase:l and settled by the dit ferent administrations which were unsuitable for closer settlement purposes, and it was evident that the method...
PRIVATE SALES OF STORE AND DAIRY CATTLE. AT TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
PRIVATE SALES OF STORE AND DAIRY CATTLE. -o- AT TRARALGON. Messrs. A. M'Lean and Co., of Traralgon, and Messrs. Horne and I'almer, of Terang, report having sola in the Gippsland district up wards of 630 dairy cattle, bullocks and steers. The buyers ,Western Distnrict men) were great in their praise of the class of dairy cattle obtaminabcle in the Traralgon and Nlorwell districts. More particu larly this referred to dairy heifers, as is shown by the price paid for fairly big lots-£5. 15 2s 6d, t5 12s 6d, 'and £6 being paid in many cases for good useful quality hcit crs in calf. Amongst the sellers near at hand were Messrs. Hcn derson Bros., Messrs. M'Gauran Bros... S. and G. King, D. Dun bar, L. )Davey, C. Davey. J. Drane hI. Misken, S. Christensen, Geo. tLucas, ayl a ~humber of other o~n 'ers. Mr. Tomrn. Farn:er, auciorcer for MIessrs. A. M'Lean and Co., says tile breeders of dairy sorts 1.1 the Gippsland districts woul:d do well when mating their cattle to give consideration to the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
The Usual Summer Sale OF Is now in Fl Swing. GREAT BARGAINS. GREAT BARGAINS. You Should be Determined In r jecting the wnrthless and frrquentlv i. j?rious counter, itL which ae -tmetinme'a pdshed for tia srke ,f ureater gain Hp "jua as good" as the GENUINE SANDER a?,ld SONS' PURE VOI 'IILE EUCAI,?PTI EXTRACT. 'Be not deceived ! 'SAN. DER'S EXTRACT is reo gnised by tht hiehest medical authorities as poessiog. unique stiwu'ating, healing and antiefpti~i powers. 'Jhe prrpalation of 8ANDER': EXI'RACT from the pure selecte I leives, ard the lefinement I y special proces.ea irive it curatirve virtues pt culiarly its own Therefore, le not miled.! lIemald and it ,ipt ,pon th* GE?UINE SANDER EX THACT, and you will delive the henefit thousands have delived from it before. When ill you should n t dtpress yourself nore by the comm'n, bulky and nausesting enuea'ypnu oils and so-cal ed extracts. WVhat you w a t is quality and rdliability in small dose; ast d th'y vor find only in--8AN DER'8 EXTRA...
CAUSED BY "CODDLING." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
CAUSED BY "CODDLING." While there are many people who suffer as a result of not studying their diet, there are others whose maladies are caused by pampering and "cod dling" their digestive organs. "Most of the people who declare that they cannot eat this &lt;., that ar ticle of food would be much healthier if they simply took the ordinary diet of every-day life and did not trouble themselves whether their food agreed with them dr not." Such was the dictum of a doctor who has studied the question. The principle does not apply only to food. Throat complaints are often caused by "coddling" the throat, and chills by over-clothing the body and shunning the cold air. Hundreds of invalids would be well and active If they were forced to go out and take their share of the'world's work.
SHIPWRECKED ON A CANNIBAL ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
SHIPWRECKED ON A CANNIBAL ISLAND. A cake of soap is said to have saved the lives of five men and a boy off the coast of New Guinea. The story, as told in the smoking-room of a steamer going to Brisbane, by an old man, the owner of several vessels engaged in pearl-fishing, is reported in Mr. Nip bet's "Colonihl Tramp." "It all happened in a moment," said the old man. "The ship struck a part of the reef and went down like a thun derbolt, and we had only time to jump overboard and swim ashore. "We were at the mouth of Cloudy Bay, which meant slow roasting alive as soon as the natives got a peep at us. We were wet, hungry and miser able, with nothing to stay the pangs of hunger. "As daylight dawned I saw a case slowly drifting to shore. In a moment we were all wading and- swimming to secure the treasure. We had it on; shore in no time, and prising it open with our fingers found it filled with soap. We bemoaned our hard luck in emphatic language. " Close round the case, boys, they're com...
WORK-A-DAY MAXIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
WORK-A-DAY MAXIMS. Here is the list of "Don'ts": Don't marry a woman simply be cause she is pretty. Don't marry a woman who is not in sympathy with your ideas. Don't drink. The man who never drinks is not asked. Don't go around to see the sights merely to gather strength to resist evil. Don't drink. Don't imagine that you will have the strength of will to know when to turn back. Don't go round wearing a sour face. Don't be a hypocrite. Hypocrisy Is the meanest of characteristics. Don't live above your income. The man who lives within his means will have little to be afraid of. Don't question the motives of those who, having sinned, are trying'to show by their actions that they have turned over a new leaf. Don't think that you can accumulate a surplus of good deeds to offset sin. Don't be ashamed to do any work that falls to your hands. Don't be afraid to make a lowly be ginning. Don't be discontented with life be cause you are not rich. Don't worship the "almighty dol lar." I)on't e...
MAX O'RELL ON KEEPING YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
MAX O'RELL ON KEEPING YOUNG, It is restlessness, ambition, discon' -ent and disquietude, that make us grow old prematurely by carving wrinkles on our faces. Wrinkles do not appear oni faces that have con stantly smiled. Smiling is the best possible massage. Contentment is the Fountain of Youth. We complain when we ought to be thankful, we weep when we ought to rejoice, we fidget and fret. Instead of smiling, which keeps the cheeks stretched and smooth, we frown which keeps them contracted and en. graves wrinkles on them. Instead of looking at the rosy side of thlings, which makes the eyes clear and bright, we run after the impossibli or the un. likely to happen, which makes us look gloomy. In short, I may say that old age is of our own make, for youth is placed at one's disposal for ever and ever. The organs of man are like the works of a clock. If they are not used, they rust. So long as the human ma chine is kept well oiled and regularly wound up, it goes. It is activity, it is wo...
CARRAJUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
CARRAJUNG. . The following is the table of the. rainfall for January at the Carrajung post office, as registered by Mr. L. T. M'Dermott: points January 8 ... 2 ,, ,, 13 38 ,, ,, 19 . ... 23 , ,, 20 ...* 2 ,, ,, a6 ... 36 ;, ,, 27 ... 2 , ,, 28 ... 50 ,, ,, 29 ... . II Total. ... z64 ,, For January gI93, the record was 65 points. For January 1912, 80 points. 99 points fell during last week, but was wholly inadequate to be of any benefit A fall of 3 ijches would be much appreciated throughout the dis trict.
SECOND CHARGE. USING THREATENING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 February 1914
SECOND ~HARGE. USING THREATENING' LAN GUAGE. The defendant Wvas then charge-d with using threatening language to.hls wife and daughter, and a'so threatening to ki'l them. In con-' sequence of which they were af -aid he would do them grevous bodily harm. Defendant pleaded " not guilty" Catherine Leslie said that the morning after the assault, when her daughter spoke to him her husband said that he would mur dler the Jtwo of them. She was af raid of living in the house with him. He had- rthreatened them on previous .occaslons. On one oc casion he said: "I will do for you one of these days." He had also used threatening language to her in Traralgon on the previous Fri day week. She oflcred *to get a separatilon order, and divide the property, but he said that that was no good to him. The trouble had been going on for four years. She' attributed defendant's vio lent conduct to his bad temper. She was Mfraid of her husband, and thought that he should' be medi cally examined. Complainant'...